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Jnan Nanda Discussion

Dear All, 

I am posting this on behalf of my teacher, Ven. Prof. KL Dhammajoti, drawing your kind attention to the publication of the Vol. XIX of the Journal of Buddhist Studies. Thank you!

Best Wishes

Jnan Nanda


Journal of Buddhist Studies Vol. XIX, 2022


Bhikkhu KL Dhammajoti 法光
Director & Professor, 
The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong.

Chair Professor, 
School of Philosophy, Renmin University of China.

Published by 
Centre for Buddhist Studies, Sri Lanka &
The Buddha-Dharma Centre of Hong Kong (BDCHK).

Publication sponsored by
The Glorious Sun Charity Group, Hong Kong (旭日慈善基金).



The Role of Absorption for Entering the Stream         1–34

     Bhikkhu AnÂlayo

Eloquent Silence Revalorized: Some Comparative Insights in Sanskrit and Japanese Parlance   35–64

     Rohana Seneviratne

Jambūpati Sūtra: The Pali version of an Asian classic translated:     65–95

     Peter Skilling          

A Preliminary Report on A Palm-leaf Manuscript of Prajñākaramati’s Bodhicaryāvatārapañjikā (1)    97–119

     Wang Junqi, Fang Lan, Liao Juan, Gao Ting

Reinterpreting Absorption: A Critical Examination of a Trend in Buddhist Studies     121–149

     Bhikkhu AnÂlayo

Some remarks on the Sūtra origins and development of the SarvÂstivÂda Abhidharma    151–167

     KL Dhammajoti

Exposition on the Elements (Dhātunirdeśa): Chapter I of the Abhidharmakośabhāṣya – Part IV    169–187

     KL Dhammajoti



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